Expression in query designer

What is wrong with this expression being used in query designer?

Count10: [CountofID] WHERE [1RatePerformance] = 10
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Gustav BrockCIOCommented:
Where cannot be used in an expression except if included in a subquery.
Use a separate column for the filter.


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SteveL13Author Commented:
But I have several expressions to do from [1RatePerformance] = 10  down to 1  (10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1)
Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)Commented:
try this query change names accordingly

select [Anotherfield]
,sum(IIf([1RatePerformance] = 10, 1,0)) as Count10
, sum(IIf([1RatePerformance] = 9, 1,0)) as Count9
, sum(IIf([1RatePerformance] = 8, 1,0)) as Count8
, ...
, ...
, sum(IIf([1RatePerformance] = 1, 1,0)) as Count1
from TableName
group by  [Anotherfield]
To make your query more flexible, use a standard totals query and then use that as input to a cross-tab.

Select 1RatePerformance, Count(*) As RateCount,  " " As DummyThirdColumnForCrossTab
From YourTable
Group By 1RatePerformance;

TRANSFORM First([RateCount].[Argument]) AS FirstOfArgument
SELECT [DummyThirdColumnForCrossTab]
FROM [qry1]
GROUP BY [DummyThirdColumnForCrossTab]
PIVOT [1RatePerformance];
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